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2010 Budget Distributional Tables

The Tax Policy Center has posted a variety of tables and Excel spreadsheets showing the distributional effects of the tax provisions in President Obama’s 2010 Budget.

Tables show the distributional effects by cash income and by income percentiles for 2012 versus current law and versus the Administration’s revenue baseline. Distributional effects for 2017 are shown for the individual provisions as a package. We also show distributional effects of the revenue changes in the Administration baseline versus current law. Click on the table name to locate the table on the TPC website. For list of proposals and a link to TPC discussion, click here.

Download complete 2010 Budget report in PDF format

Entire Budget Proposal
2012 Versus current law
2012 versus Administration Baseline
Individual Provisions
2012 versus current law
2012 versus Administration Baseline
2017 versus current law
2017 versus Administration Baseline
2012 Effective Marginal Individual Income Tax Rates
Change in Marginal Rates Versus current law
Change in Marginal Rates Versus Administration Baseline
Provisions Affecting Low- and Middle-Income Taxpayers
2012 Versus current law
2012 Versus Administration Baseline
Provisions Affecting High-Income Taxpayers
2012 Versus current law
2012 Versus Administration Baseline


Specific Provisions
Making Work Pay
2012 Versus current law
2012 Versus Administration Baseline
Limit Value of Itemized Deductions to 28%
2012 Versus current law
2012 Versus Administration Baseline


Tax Changes Included in Administration Baseline
Administration Baseline versus Current Law
2012 versus Current Law
Index 2009 Parameters of AMT to Inflation
2012 versus Current Law
Continue 2001 and 2003 Tax Cuts
2012 versus Current Law
Make 2009 Estate Tax Permanent
2012 Versus Current Law
2012 Versus Current Law
with Estate Tax Repeal